The bid award was held Thursday for 2020 aggregate stone for the Henry County Highway Department.

The Henry County commissioners awarded bids to all three companies, Lehigh Hanson in Sylvania, Shelly Co. in Maumee and Custar Stone in Napoleon, who submitted bids. The companies will be awarded contracts based on their unit price bids.

Those unit price bids included: No. 1 — Hanson — $11.25, Shelly — $11.90 and Custar — $11.50; No. 2 — Hanson — $11.25, Shelly — $11.90 and Custar — $11.50; No. 8 — Hanson — $12.25, Shelly — $12.65 and Custar — $11.90; washed No. 8 — Shelly — $17.50 and Custar — $12.35; No. 9 — Hanson — $11.50, Shelly — $11 and Custar — $11.25; washed No. 89 — Custar — $12.35; No. 57 — Hanson — $12, Shelly — $12.20 and Custar — $12.10; No. 304 — Hanson — $9.10, Shelly — $9.35 and Custar — $9.35; No. 310 — Hanson — $9.10, Shelly — $9.35 and Custar — $9.20; No. 411 — Hanson — $9.10, Shelly — $9.60 and Custar — $9.20; No. 601D — Hanson — $19, Shelly — $17.40 and Custar — $16.75; No. 601A, B, C — Hanson — $20 and Custar — $19.30; No. 617 — Hanson — $9.10, Shelly — $9.60 and Custar — $9.20; sand — Shelly — $8.75 and Custar — $12.35; and super berm — Hanson — $10.50 and Custar — $9.90.

In other matters, Henry County Landfill Manager Mike Imbrock reviewed December figures with the commissioners.

In December, the transfer facility located at the landfill accepted 134.5 tons of solid waste, 65.53 tons of tires and no brick/concrete/asphalt.

The December amount of solid waste was higher than the previous three December totals, which included 109.03 tons in December 2018; 132.17 tons in December 2017; and 114.08 tons in December 2016.

For all of 2019, the transfer facility accepted 1,928.55 tons of solid waste. That total is slightly higher than the 1,906.88 tons in December 2018 and 1,904.44 in December 2016, but lower than the 2,098.4 tons in December 2017.

The county has contract fees in place which are charged by area landfills when solid waste from Henry County is taken to those facilities. Totals taken in by those facilities for December are not available yet, but the November figures include a total of 2,280.97, including 1,541.97 tons in Defiance County; 187.72 tons in Williams County; 146.41 tons in Hancock County; 91.66 tons to ARS; 299.64 tons in Wood County; and 13.57 tons in Evergreen.

The transfer facility will be closed Jan. 20 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

The agenda for Tuesday includes Amy Hoffman of Palmer Energy at 9 a.m. regarding aggregation renewal; and Brad Booth of the Henry County Transportation Network at 10 a.m. regarding a drug and alcohol policy agreement.

 

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